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The City of Purcell has set free limb/brush collection for curbside pickup for the time frame of May 6 to May 31. Purcell residents living north of Grant Street need to have brush and limbs at … more
Saturday, May 11, letter carriers in McClain County will collect nonperishable food donations from homes on their routes as part of the 31st National Association of Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out … more
With three meetings under its belt, Purcell’s committee on what to do with the old Purcell Municipal Hospital is mulling its options. Committee members include city manager Sam Demel, … more
The City of Purcell’s annual Citywide Garage Sale will be held Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4. Email, text or call the chamber office to get your garage sale on the list. Contact … more
According to the United States Department of Justice, James K. Robberson, M.D. of Lexington settled a civil penalty claim with a cash settlement. The DOJ said Robberson paid $200,000 to settle … more
During the tornado outbreak April 27 three of the 26 tornadoes in the state struck in McClain County. McClain County Sheriff Landy Offolter reported two mobile homes north of Dibble sustained … more
In a significant collaboration, The Sooner Nation Collective, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and the Pioneer Library System Foundation joined forces April 27 to tackle food insecurity among … more
Both Purcell and Washington Fire Departments responded to a structure fire that destroyed a large travel trailer and a nearby shed late in the afternoon of April 24. While Purcell units were en … more
The following persons have been charged by the State of Oklahoma with traffic or other violations or have filed other court actions in McClain County District Court between April 11-17, 2024. … more
The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department (OTRD) is celebrating a safe and successful total solar eclipse after southeast Oklahoma hosted thousands and generated millions of dollars in economic … more
It’s that time of the year again to gather all your unwanted documents and expired medications. Protect yourself by bringing sensitive, outdated information to this one-day shredding event. … more
The City of Purcell has set free limb/brush collection for curbside pickup for the time frame of May 6 to May 31. Purcell residents living north of Grant Street need to have brush and limbs at … more
The price of single copies of The Purcell Register will increase to $1 each beginning with the May 2 edition. The increase in price is necessary to offset rising costs, according to publisher … more
Next Thursday, May 2, is the National Day of Prayer. The public is encouraged to gather at the Santa Fe Plaza for the prayer event. Gathering will begin at 11:30 a.m. and prayers will begin … more
In the wake of the FEMA grant for a new gymnasium and safe room at the junior high, Purcell’s Board of Education met last Wednesday at the administration building about that project and others. … more
A fake Amazon van lead Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Agents to sizing a huge amount of marijuana headed for Pennsylvania Monday. Monday morning Agents with the OBNs’ Marijuana Enforcement … more
Long-time Purcell teacher Paul Wollenberg was inducted into the Oklahoma Technology Student Association (TSA) Hall of Fame April 17 at the Embassy Suites in Norman. Wollenberg, a 1992 graduate … more
The following persons have been charged by the State of Oklahoma with traffic or other violations or have filed other court actions in McClain County District Court between April 4-10, 2024. … more
It’s time to nominate someone as Purcell’s Citizen of the Year for 2023. Accompanying the nominee’s name must be a statement why he or she deserves to be Citizen of the Year. … more
Purcell Public Works has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2023. The recognition comes from the American Public Power Association (APPA), a trade … more
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